|Fifth Army Disaster Operation Snowbound: Nebraska, Wyoming, South Dakota, and North Dakota January - March 1949 - United States. Headquarters, 5th Army|
Fifth Army Disaster Operation Snowbound: Nebraska, Wyoming, South Dakota, and North Dakota January - March 1949 Report about U.S. Army disaster relief operations in the Blizzard of 1949. Digitized by the Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library, US Army Combined Arms Center. http://cgsc.cdmhost.com/cdm/
Keywords: Cold War; United States. -- Army -- Army, 5th -- Civic action; Airlift, Military -- United States; Airdrop; Middle West -- Storm, 1949
|Study of Supply and Evacuation by Air - United States. Army. European Theater of Operations. General Board.|
Report of the General Board, United States Forces European Theater, study no. 26. "The general lack of War Department publications concerning the organization and procedure required for supply and evacuation by air together with the extensive use of both supply and evacuation by air in the European Theater, was such that it was deemed advisable by The Theater General Board to undertake this study." Digitized by the Combined Arms Research Library Digital Library, US Army Combined Arms Center...
Keywords: WWII; Airlift, Military -- United States; Airdrop; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; US Army; United States. -- Army -- Transport Of Sick And Wounded
|SFV-1, 02-1952: Testing The XFV-1 Research Aircraft - United States. Department of the Air Force|
"Summary: Progress report on the XFV-1. 1) MS conference in progress. 2) MS Lockeed [SIC] Aircraft Company. 3) CU engineering building. 4) Several blueprints on the XFV-1. 5) Animation drawings of the aircraft gives comparison between helicopters and other aircraft as to the flight characteristics, also the various purposes of this type aircraft. 6) Animation gives a demonstration of the landing pattern to a ship, the particulars of climb, and demonstration in the aerodynamic configurations unti...
Keywords: Flights (Aeronautics); Airplanes, Military; Research aircraft; Airlift, Military -- United States; Air Pilots; Vertically rising aircraft -- United States; XFV-1 (VTOL airplane); Flights (Aeronautics); American experimental aeroplanes, to 1982
|Newsreel: Gyro Flies To Capitol - U.S. Air Force|
"Summary: 1) CU H.F. Pitcairn sitting in cockpit of autogiro. 2) LS Autogiro taxiing on runway. 3) LS Camera pans from L to R showing autogiro making takeoff. 4) AS Autogiro in flight. 5) AS Autogiro flying over Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. 6) AS Autogiro flying over Washington Monument. 7) AS Autogiro flying over the White House. Fair"National Archives Identifier: 65082
Keywords: Autogiros; Airlift, Military -- United States; 1928; Lincoln Memorial (Washington, D.C.); Military Helicopters -- United States; White House (Washington, D.C.); Military Aircraft; Research Aircraft
|F-105 Story, Takhli AB Thailand, 04/28/1967-06/07/1967 - United States. Air Force|
F-105 Story, Takhli AB Thailand, 04/28/1967 - 06/07/1967 National Archives description: "Covers activities of five F-105 pilots, Maj John A. Bobel, Jr., Capt Frederick O. Hawkins (AFA 62), Capt Howard L. Bodenhamer (AFA 60), Capt Lawrence, and lLt Paul J. Sheehy from preparation for mission through their departure and return from air strikes. Shows uploading of ordnance on F-105D's by load teams and F-105 takeoffs and landings...
Keywords: F-105; United States. Air Force; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Thunderchief (Jet fighter plane); Airlift, Military -- United States; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Aerial Operations, American; Airplanes, Military
|Hunger Blockade, 1948 - United States. Department of the Army|
English translation of a Welt Im Film (denazification newsreel) episode. National Archives description: "Summary: (Edited Subject) Sequence: Shutting off power in factory. Man pulling switches; lights going out as men are working at their benches. People crowding onto streetcars; crowds of people on street corner listening to radio. Scenes of stalled, filled coal cars on railroad siding at Helmstedt...
Keywords: Berlin Blockade; Berlin Airlift; Cold War; C-54 (Transport Plane); Airlift, Military -- United States; United States. Army Air Forces; Operation Vittles; Airplanes, Military; Cold War; World War II: Postwar Issues; Reconstruction (1939-1951); Newsreel; Welt Im Film
|Operation Vittles - United States. Air Force|
"A documentary film record of the operations of the U.S. Air Force in supplying blockaded Berlin by air. Explains how 'operation vittles' was conducted, and shows the loading, flying, and delivery of supplies." Nominated for an Academy Award in 1949 for Best Documentary, Short Subjects. Also see Operation Vittles Outtakes in the FedFlix film database here at Archive.org. As always, any error or typo is mine and if you enjoy my uploads or if you intend to make $ or otherwise profit from these fil...
Keywords: World War II: Postwar issues; Berlin Airlift; 1949 Academy Award Nominee For Best Documentary, Short Subjects; Cold War; Operation Vittles; Berlin Airlift; Berlin Blockade; Airplanes, Military; Airlift, Military -- United States; United States. Army Air Forces
|Dedication Ceremony, Grissom AFB, And Lafayette, Indiana 1968/05/09 - 1968/05/12 - United States. Department of the Air Force|
"Covers dedication ceremonies at Grissom AFB, formerly Bunker Hill AFB, in honor of the late astronaut Virgil "Gus" Grissom. Dignitaries include Mrs. Grissom, her sons and brother-in-law; Lt Gen Austin J. Russell, astronaut Leroy G. Cooper, and Asst Secy of AF Thomas N. Nielsen. Includes aerobatics by Dick Schram (Piper Super Cub), Bob Hoover (P-51) and Thunderbirds (F-100Ds). Reel 1, 952': ROLL: P-1...
Keywords: Gus Grissom; B-58 bomber; Grissom, Virgil I; Thunderjet (Jet fighter plane); Transport planes; Grissom Hall (West Lafayette, Ind.); KC-135 (Tanker aircraft); Mustang (Fighter plane); T-38 Talon (Training plane); Cooper, Gordon, 1927-2004; Drum and bugle corps; F-111 (Jet fighter plane); F-100 (Jet fighter plane); B-52 bomber; Grissom Air Force Base (Ind.); United States. Air Force; Schram, Richard A., 1917-1969; Nielsen, Thomas H., 1930-; Cooper, Gordon, 1927-2004; Hoover, R. A. (Robert A.), 1922-; Russell, Austin J., 1915-2004; Purdue University -- History; United States. -- Army -- Parachute Team; United States. -- Air Force -- Thunderbirds; Airlift, Military -- United States; Airplanes, Military; Project Mercury (U.S.)